Justice Centre Hong Kong is dedicated to developing policy that brings change for the most vulnerable forced migrants; refugees, other people seeking protection, and survivors of torture, human trafficking and forced labour. Our policy work is based upon our subject matter expertise, with a human rights and rule of law lens.

Our policy and advocacy focuses on:

  • working collaboratively for legislative and policy change, especially with other civil society organisations;
  • providing technical support and advice to government officials and Legislative Council members; and
  • contributing positively to the public debate affecting forced migrants, through traditional and non-traditional media.



Justice Centre Hong Kong is proud to be an active member of several local, regional and global refugee rights networks. These networks enable us to ensure our advocacy & policy work is focused, relevant and in line with larger scale movements around the world.

Currently, we are members of the following networks:

The Refugee Concern Network (Hong Kong)

The Southern Legal Aid Refugee Network (SRLAN)

The Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network (APPRN)

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